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Stillwell's films selected for recent festivals

March 12, 2009


Cindy Stillwell. Photo courtesy of Cindy Stillwell.   High-Res Available

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Films by Cindy Stillwell, a film professor in Montana State University's School of Film and Photography, have been selected to appear in recent festivals and exhibitions.

Stillwell's latest film, "111 Degrees Longitude," was selected for the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival held in Missoula recently.

"High Plains Winter," another Stillwell film, was selected for the 2009 Documentary Fortnight, the Museum of Modern Art's annual showcase of nonfiction film and video, which features more than 50 selections from across the globe.

Stillwell's micro short "HayDaze" screened at the Chicago Underground film festival in October. The festival showcases contemporary documentary and avant garde filmmaking from around the world.

Cindy Stillwell (406) 994-6521, cindys@montana.edu